Posted by admin on August 29th, 2011
Debbie worked for Able Auto Transport, Inc for 23 years as our head accountant. She was more than an employee; she was a beloved family member and will be deeply missed by everyone at Able Auto.
Debra M. Mack Lowery, age 54, of Kahoka, MO, died peacefully Thursday, August 25, 2011, at the Clark Co. Nursing Home in Kahoka following a battle with cancer.
Debra was born May 11, 1957 in West Palm Beach, FL, a daughter of Lawrence “Larry” and Lillian Frady Mack.On June 6, 1975, she was united in marriage to David A. Lowery in Revere, MO.Survivors include her husband, David, of Kahoka; her mother, Lillian of Kahoka; two sons, David (Kendi) Lowery of Kahoka and Jordan Lowery of the home; two daughters,Amy Lowery and her fiancé, Anthony Black, of Kahoka and Stephanie (Mrs. Raymond) Cooper of Wayland; five grandchildren: Lance and Thabian Doyle, Kelly Brown, and Angel and Xavier Cooper; a brother, Larry (Gerolyn) Mack of Kahoka; three sisters: Marion (Mrs. Thomas) Lane of Tampa, FL, Patty Daley of Kahoka, and Martha (Mrs. Jeff) Irvin of Kahoka; sisters-in-law: Joyce (Mrs. David) Parsons of Wayland and Judy (Mrs. Leslie) Mathes of LaGrange; two uncles: Marvin (Marlene) Mack of Wayland and Orville (Rose) Mack of Kahoka; as well asseveral nieces and nephews, cousins and other relatives.She was preceded in death by her father.Debra was a member of Freedom in Christ Fellowship in Kahoka where she was a vital part of the intercessory prayer team.
Serving God was her number one priority in life and she was a true prayer warrior. She like to crochet, read and play with her dogs, Cocoa, Raven, and Ricky who were her babies The past twenty-three years she was employed as head accountant by Able Auto and was more than just an employee, but also considered them family.Second in her life only to God was her family. She was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother and loved being with her extended family.
A Memorial Service Celebrating her Life will be held Sunday, August 28, 2011, at 3 p.m. at the Freedom in Christ Fellowship Church in Kahoka with Pastor Ray Gilbert officiating.Friends are invited to join the family following the service for a lunch and time of fellowship.
A memorial is being established for her son, Jordan.